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August 2012

edit post Examining the Uses of Virtual Reality in Prosthetic Rehabilitation by Phil Stevens MEd, CPO, FAAOP August 1, 2012 Prosthetics patients must adapt to a variety of new realities.

Creative Prosthetics Solutions

What gets your creative juices flowing? A challenging clinical presentation? A patient’s request to be fit with the most advanced device available? Optimizing fit and comfort? Working with a new

Have You Hugged Your Referral Sources Lately?

A few months back, my primary care physician (PCP) recommended that I begin seeing a physiatrist to help me manage symptoms associated with having muscular dystrophy (MD). I agreed, but

Six that are 10

Most people would probably agree that starting a business is no small undertaking. According to a 2011 fact sheet produced by the U.S. Small Business Administration, only 34 percent of

New Central Fabrication Technology Steps Onstage

“There’s a way to do it better—find it.” —Thomas Edison (1847-1931) When one of the world’s fastest amputees, Jerome Singleton, Irmo, South Carolina, competes in the upcoming 2012 Paralympics in

Equine O&P

Every O&P patient requires an individualized solution, but when that patient also has four hooves, the elements involved with creating a prosthesis or orthosis that will stand up to the

Chris Cumsille, BOCPD

As a teenager, Chris Cumsille, BOCPD, spent his winters carving turns as he raced down the snowy New England slopes, always trying to better his times. His passion for skiing,

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